Pup Aids Pilot in Take-off (Mar, 1940)

Pup Aids Pilot in Take-off

“Slipstream,” the intelligent dog shown above, superintends his master’s take-offs from the Coast Guard air base at Floyd Bennett Field, New York City. At a signal from Lieut. Charles Tighe, he yanks away the wheel chocks for a take-off.

3 comments
  1. Sporkinum says: April 1, 200811:30 am

    Didn’t Buster Brown have a dog named Tighe?

  2. Niclas says: April 2, 200812:54 pm

    Looks like a Grumman G-21 Goose.

    Looks like Jake Cutter and his Jack-Russell-terrier Jack from “Tales of the Gold Monkey”.

  3. Al Bear says: April 2, 20086:06 pm

    Until one day, he got flattened like a pancake on the tarmac.

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